this will help you have your nails/screws/nuts handy everywhere!

no more climbing up&down; the ladder to get another screw/nail/nuts!

Step 1: Get All the Materials Needed!

you don't need much for this project

-a small bottle (i used a middle-sized one)
-some foam (optional,its for more confortability)
-a magnet (preferably a powerfull one)
-forget the rubber bands,get some velcro,it's better
-glue stick

Step 2: Get All the Tools Needed

once again,you don't need a lot of tools for this product

all you need is:
-an xacto knife (or scissors)
-and a hot glue gun

Step 3: Ok So Begin

ok so the first step is to remove the paper thing and cut the middle part which is soft to touch

Step 4: Cut,cut,cut...

now cut the part where the paper was glued on...

Step 5: Cut,cut...

now cut what you have left in half...

Step 6: The Magnet

now hot glue the magnet to one of the 2 parts you got from step 5,IN THE MIDDLE

Step 7: The Other Half

now on the other half,cut a hole the size of the magnet,IN THE MIDDLE

Step 8: The Other Half,part 2

now hot glue it on the same level as the magnet

Step 9: The Feam (optional)

now hot glue the foam on the side that touches the wrist so you can be more confortable

Step 10: The -->ADJUSTABLE<-- Strap

hot glue the velcro on one side and the strap with the other part of the velcro on the other side

Step 11: Yay!

well,you're pretty much done!

do you have any comments,questions,imporoovements?

post them here!

remember to rate my instructable.please?

BTW,mine can hold up to 60 screws
Great idea! You could use this for tools too. I've given you a 5!
This looks interesting, do you have a picture of it in action?
thanks i will try to post a vid of it in action,if i can't do it i'll just put a picture of it
Wow, that holds a lot of screws, I can see how handy it would be. Great picture.
thanks,i would apreciated if you rate it =D<br/>
Handy idea. I've been known to go up a ladder with a half-dozen nails or screws between my lips. Not always successful as sometimes the 'gag' reflex kicks in after a bit.

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